Briers Historic Palaces Tudor Rose Cotton Bag
Fabulously designed based on the traditional English Tudor Rose emblem, this Briers Historic Palaces Tudor Rose Cotton Bag is a bag for life with a difference. Made from high quality cotton with 2 wide red straps that will sit comfortably on your shoulder. This cotton bag has a generous amount of capacity, perfect for nipping to the shop with or carrying your garden tools with you as you tend the garden. When not in use, this Briers Historic Palaces Tudor Rose Cotton Bag can be folded down to a compact size for easy storing.
The design of this cotton bag is based on the Tudor Rose that is a traditional heraldic emblem of England that commemorates the end of the Wars of the Roses between the House of York (white rose) and the House of Lancaster (red rose). This traditional white and red rose emblem has been turned in to this stunning design to create this stylish Briers Historic Palace collection.
- Tudor Rose style pattern
- Matieral: Cotton
- Dimensions: 37cm (H) x 35cm (W)
- Reuseable carry bag
- 2 wide carry handles
- Tudor Rose emblem was created by Henry VII to commemorate end of the Wars of the Roses.
- Briers will donate a percentage from the sales of each product to the Royal Historic Royal Palaces. Historic Royal Palaces manages five unoccupied palaces: the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace and Kew Palace.